Classics goes Horror?

Tweet I think by this time everyone has heard about Pride and Predjudice and Zombies, and Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters. And more and more books like that make their appearences now. When I was in Bath I visited the local Waterstones (bookstore) and found this shelf there: I was quite amazed by it! Apart from the afore mentioned Pride and Predjudice and Zombies and Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters there was also: Mr Darcy Vampyre, Vampire Darcy’s Desire, Little Vampire Women, Queen Victoria Demon Hunter, Henry VIII Wolfman, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, Android Karenina and Jane Slayer. … Continue reading

Random ramblings, and a trailer

Tweet Yes, I am aware; it’s been a long time with no posting. I would give you a very clever reason for why that is, only I don’t have one… So what I shall do instead is quickly change the subject! 😛 Hmm… change the subject? That’s all very well, but to what?! I seem to be suffering from, if not writer’s block then blogger’s block. Well, well, it will pass. One thing I can do is suggest you check out

“Jane O’ Lantern”

Tweet I saw this posted on the Facebook Jane Austen Festival page, and I just thought it was such a clever and fun way to carve a pumpkin! Carved, as I understand, by someone called Jenna Johnson. Nice work! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

A Weekend With Mr Darcy

Tweet I bought this book when I was in England. Having heard about it before it was one of the things I had planned to buy when over there. And upon arriving at the airport in England I went into one of the bookstores they have there (it has become a sort of tradition, you always have to go there when arriving!) and one of the first things I saw was this book on the shelf! However I waited to buy it until just before I was leaving to go back home, I would’t have had too much time for … Continue reading

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